Posts Tagged ‘browsers’

Stop, Browser Time – Part 3: Internet Options

When you do a lot of work on shared computers there is a chance that others will change the settings on the Internet browser. It’s like driving a car after someone smaller/bigger than you has driven it – you might need to put things back the way you like them. Browser settings aren’t any different. […]

Stop, Browser Time – Part 2: A Browser with a View

Have you ever been to a website and thought, “This looks weird. Part of the page is cut off on the right.” Do you ever have trouble reading a webpage because the text is so small? A lot of what you see online is “what you see is what you get” but there are some […]

Stop, Browser time – Part 1: Browser Basics

Sorry about the M.C. Hammer reference – it was too hard to resist. Sure, we use browsers like Internet Explorer or Firefox all the time at work, to look at the Intranet, search the databases, or glance at the headlines on the Tennessean website. But do you know what to do when you can’t see […]